News photographers are not allowed to take photos without permission at Union Station, said Anne Marie Aikins, media relations manager with Metrolinx, which raises questions about the viability of stopping media, and onlookers, from recording news as it happens in an age of smart phones and social media. — More.
James O’Keefe went to the homes of journalists from The Journal News and other news outlets to persuade them to put up signs saying “This Home Is Proudly Gun-Free.” In the process, O’Keefe discovers what he considers to be hypocrisy on the part of journalists. — More.
Killian said he started Swing State Stories because he felt coverage of the presidential election was filled with “talking heads” and “negative campaign ads.
“The election should be about people,” he said. Traveling the entire country solo wasn’t financially feasible, so he chose to focus on the swing states, because “they are going to decide who is president.” — More.